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Venezuela

Bolivarian fury lashes out at the Barbados Agreements

The Supreme Court of Justice rejected the disqualification challenge against María Corina Machado, the main opposition leader, thus dealing a death blow to the Barbados Agreements.

Signs of Change in the Venezuelan Opposition

The Donald Trump administration's maximum pressure tactic against Nicolás Maduro resulted in a marked weakening of the Venezuelan opposition, slowing down citizen mobilization and aggravating the ideological divisions and strategic disagreements previously present in this sector.

Desire for change is the message of the primary election in Venezuela

The opposition moves to a new phase where, in addition to maintaining enthusiasm, it is necessary to fight for electoral conditions that include lifting the measures against Maria Corina Machado.

Maduro’s government intervenes even in the Communist Party of Venezuela

By a judicial decision, the communists lost ownership of the historic party, which now has a board of directors made up of people loyal to Maduro.

The electoral crossroads in Venezuela

The government of Nicolás Maduro has already begun to take measures to prevent the free expression of the popular will through the vote in the 2024 presidential elections.

ICC Prosecutor and the Victims of the Venezuelan Crisis

The process, which is under preliminary review, is a real threat to Venezuelan military and civilian officials who are accused of alleged crimes against humanity.